It’s a beautiful day for hockey. Yes, that’s right hockey! Officials from the Columbus Blue Jackets were outside The Colony Square mall hitting the pavement instead of the rink and brought with them skating games so players big and small could sharpen their shooting skills.
While plenty of people in “Buckeye Country” are celebrating the start of football season, the jackets are excited to hit ice. The NHL officially begins October 15th.
A former Fairfield County Judge convicted of an arson-for-profit scheme may have to forfeit most of his money and possession to reimburse an insurance company and the government.
U.S. Attorneys in Columbus Thursday asked U.S. District Judge Algenon Marbley to approve the forfeiture cash, two properties and a vehicle by ex-Common Pleas Court Judge Don McAuliffe, who was convicted earlier this year and awaits sentencing.
A jury found McAuliffe guilty of burning down his...
A ruptured line at the Coshocton water plant leaves local residents without water tonight. Emergency crews from around the area were brought in to assist but at this point they still don’t know what caused the line to burst.
For residents of Coshocton they spent the day wondering, watching and now waiting after a water line burst at the treatment facility.
Jeff Michael a local resident says, “ It’s really going to mess things up. It’s an inconvenience right now.” ...
Late Thursday afternoon, at about 4:40 p.m., deputies from the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office and agents from the Central Ohio Drug Task Force executed a warrant at 730 N. 16th Street.
22-year-old Joshua McKee of the residence was taken into custody pending formal charges. According to Sheriff Timothy Rogers, marijuana, trace evidence of cocaine, two loaded handguns and a quantity of cash was removed from the residence.
Weapons were discharged at pit bulls as officers...